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Dec 11, 2011 5:00am PST
. massmutual. we'll help you get there. >>> that was texas governor, rick perry doing his ad. that ad, which came out this week, you mentioned in our first hour this, and that ad seems like an ad from another time and place. it was five or six years ago that would be a standard ad for a republican to cut in an election. in 2004, that was a key issue and the fact that gays get special rights and etc. it's a marker of progress, that has -- it feels like a black and white -- >> it's a sign of desperation on perry's behalf. he is in the last throws of his campaign. he is not a frontrunner anymore, and he is not going to return to that status, at least in my opinion. >> you are young, and you are a republican, and a conservative, and one of the things that i think we have seen in the poll something a massive generational divide among conservatives specifically on this issue. >> it's something lindsay graham spoke about openly how the party is missing this generation of millennials, that tend to be fiscally conservative. and so this is something that is like do we want the generation to think of t
Dec 10, 2011 4:00am PST
city, victoria from latino decisions and university of texas-austin and ben gilles, head of the naacp. on tuesday president obama gave a much discussed speech on the economy in the name in the city of kansas but there's no prompter. he talked about paying a fair share of taxes, a fair shot at success. and he used a trademark obama rhetorical flourish to suggest unity rather than class warfare. >> i'm here in kansas to reaffirm my deep conviction that we're greater together than we are on our own. i believe that this country succeeds when everyone gets a fair shot. when everyone does their fair share. when everyone plays by the same rules. these aren't democratic values or republican values. these aren't 1% values or 99% values. they're american values. and we have to reclaim them. >> shades of his famous 2004 convention speech, there is no red america, we coach little league. he referred to inequality as defining issue of our time and he laid out just how stark the country's income inequality is. >> look at the statistics. in the last few decades the average income of the top 1% has g
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